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Hi,
Have a question. Although there was probably a lot of Frommer Stops still around after WW1, I haven't seen any documentation of WW2 use. Does anyone have any information about WW2 issue/use? By whom? Military markings?
Thanks for any info.
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Yes, usage of the Frommer Stop into the Nazi era is known and examples are in collections. Most notably the Nazi German Police, regardless of what the official documents say.
 

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Thanks Huggiebear,
One step further, was there an army/country still carrying the Frommer Stop pistol as some type of issue sidearm prior to the use by the German/Nazi police? Maybe in a reserve or substitute standard issue. Hungary?
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That I can't answer, it can be safely stated that NOTHING was throw away and was either sold or, put into storage to be used at a later date if needed by secondary elements.
 
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